Pace Toledo TL1000

Dry Grip 68%
Wet Grip 51%
Road Feedback 57%
Handling 55%
Wear 64%
Comfort 58%
Buy again 44%

The Pace Toledo TL1000 is a Touring Summer tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Car

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Tyre review data from 11 tyre reviews averaging 57% over 93,900 miles driven.

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2019-01-12 - Are these TL1000X tyres bi directional or directional? Recently fitted the curve groove on the offside is the opposite to the near side?

The TL1000 is an asymmetric tyre, so bi-directional


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Top Pace Toledo TL1000 Review

Given 70% while driving a Toyota Avensis estate 1.8 petrol (215/55 R17 W) on mostly town for 4,000 average miles
This review is for Toledo TL1000 tyres 215/55ZR17 98W XL from SD International.
http://www.sd-international.cn/products/Toledo_pcr.html . I got my Toyota Avensis 1.8 CVT Estate second hand (ex Europe car hire car) and it had a pair of these on the front. Not knowing that much about tyres at the time I decided to put the same on the rear which had been the OEM Dunlop Efficient grip. At the point the car had done 42K miles. We mostly drive in London with the occasional long trip. For the price of around £40 a tyre you can't fault them. I can't do a direct comparison to other tyres on the same car but the wet grip and dry grip in warmer weather is very good. When it drops below 10C the tyres tend to harden up and being XL tyres and seemingly a hard wearing compound (7mm still on the rear after 4k miles) that probably isn't surprising. You are definitely going to get a bit better handling, comfort and safety with a £100+ tyre but I don't think you will find much more durability.
24 - tyre reviewed on December 17, 2017   

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Given 70% while driving a Audi A2 (225/45 R17 W) on a combination of roads for 2,000 spirited miles
Had these tyres fitted on my mums car, she doesnt drive fast or hard so theyre been pretty much perfect as theyre long lasting. Last set of TL1000s lasted about 30,000 on the front and rears were still at 4-5mm. I am a keen driver myself (track experience ect in my own cars ) and at first I was a little put off by the low scores of the tyres, however when driving on them they were surprisingly good. The car grips well in the dry and handles ok. On back roads they make the little A2 quite a competent car and I have upset faster cars through the corners. Temperature is a big factor with these tyres, colder outside temperatures the performance drops of significantly. In the wet theyre not as good, but in such a low power car theyre not too overwhelmed. I havent driven fast in the wet so I couldnt comment on their performance with speed in wet conditions. Overall surprisingly good given their low ratings, but are never going to compare to premium tyres.
0 - tyre reviewed on July 30, 2020   
Given 79% while driving a Ford Fiesta 2009 titanium 1.4 (195/45 R16) on mostly motorways for 20,000 average miles
Have had them fitted to my diesel fiesta for 4 years. Do motorway miles and they wear really well. Normally get 25K per set.
Good value for what they are.
2 - tyre reviewed on February 11, 2020   
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Given 46% while driving a Mazda MX5 (185/60 R14 H) on a combination of roads for 8,000 average miles
Came fitted fairly fresh on the front of a used MX5 MK1 I bought last year and I thought I'd run them through to the end of their life (the rear had similar mileage Uniroyal RainSport 3s fitted).

Pros:
- The wear level appears fairly low likely due to the hardness of the tyre compound. I'd expect mid to high 10k miles on a low power lightweight car with average driving.
- Decent straight line aquaplaning resistance, 70mph on motorways in the really wet without feeling too light on the steering

Cons:
- In the dry they are below average on nearly all handling remarks - squealing every time they get the chance
- In the wet it is questionable whether I'd be better off just running on the rim; my wideboy track semi-slicks are grippier and they're made from materials that are inherently afraid of water
- When fitted to the front they would under-steer minutes before the rear at hilariously low speeds and when fitted to the rear the car would turn into a spinning top

Summary:
I've never driven a car where the grip balance between the front and rear has been so hilariously different. I would strongly avoid these tyres if you live anywhere where the ground gets a little more than moist and strongly recommend that you spend that extra few quid getting a tried and tested tyre.
0 - tyre reviewed on November 16, 2019   
Given 37% while driving a Volkswagen Golf MK7 R 300 BHP (235/35 R19 W) on a combination of roads for 5,000 spirited miles
Tyres came with a set of alloys I bought, they had quite a lot of tread left on them so figured why not use them until they're worn down. Fine in the dry but show them some rain and they let go very easily, two lots of understeering at relatively slow speeds on roundabouts later and they're getting replaced. Will maybe keep them as back ups for the summer but definitely not for wet weather or winter driving.
3 - tyre reviewed on September 24, 2019   
Given 20% while driving a Vauxhall Insignia 2.0 CDTi SE sport (205/55 R16) on mostly town for 1,000 average miles
I would recommend avoiding this tyres. They come on a car that I bought and I did not know the brand. On the dry road they are just ok but whe it is raining they are dangerous. I have almost done a U turn while rounding a roundabout in the rain as the car lost control even at a low speed. I went to replace them and the garage told me these are one of the cheapest brands available. I'd recommend to spend a few £ more for something a little better.
0 - tyre reviewed on July 16, 2019   

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